Parking issue within the context of achieving energy efficiency in cities
Within the guidelines and parameters for achieving an energy-efficient urban space, an important thematic subgroup deals with the issue of land use planning in the context of accessibility, where the topic of availability and presence of parking is emphasized as very important. The essence of the concept is the reduction of the use of ones own vehicles and, in connection with that, as the end result, the reduction of the number of available parking spaces. The creation and maintenance of an energy-efficient urban environment requires the realization of a large number of different activities that are impossible to realize simultaneously. (For now) there is no way to establish a hierarchy of realization between all the required activities (the order in which they are carried out), which can lead to big mistakes and problems. The paper describe the results of applying a methodology based on the idea of sustainable development, which could contribute to the systematization of a large number of activities and thus ensure that the concept/idea of reducing the use of own vehicles without lowering the quality of life of citizens is gradually implemented and becomes a reality
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